Lexington - I have your dress, you have my monkey pajamas - w4w
Technically, this ad is not for me; it is for my housemate. But my housemate is kind of drunk, and laying in bed, and upset, so I am writing it for her. I'm really nice.
Let's set the scene:
It's Friday night at the Lexington. It's part dollar-margarita hour, and Tanya is working hard to deliver booze to everyone. MGMT's "Electric Feel" has played no less than three times, and chairs and tables are strewn in all the wrong places. A dog is at the bar, leaning up with its paws and looking about attentively, as if to be served a drink (it does not receive one, however).
You're a short-haired, dyed-blonde femme in ebony heels and a silky black and white dress, belted at the waist. You have long, dangling black earrings, a cascading series of stones that looks relatively stylish and upper-class. You are also *really* trashed -- at one point, you interrupt me in conversation with my housemate (as I'm pulling up pictures of Marie Fredriksson, from Roxette, to show my housemate so that I can explain to her that my childhood favourite band has caused me to be into dykey chicks) to say that you need to get by. No sweat. In fact, I'd been eyeing you for a while, and I compliment you on your hair, because it really did look quite good.
"Thanks," you smile, and as you walk off to the bathroom, you let slip, "..you're really cute."
The rest is preserved after the jump, since Craigslist all too often deletes things of beauty.
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